Still, looking back into the beginning of last night's ordeal, I was already getting lost with his contradictions:
CrystalMusic wrote:oh so its my fault that people cant read?!?!?! WTF kind of logic is going on in that thick skull of yours? maybe if you ppl payed attention in school youd know how to read!!! its already bad enough that 85% of the ppl i vs dont know how to read a duel note. youre playing a card game that REQUIRES you to know how to read!!!
Like every freaking user in this website has the same English reading skills, regardless (with no U in it, like he tends to write) of the many individual factors that conditions their success or performance in it. But, of course, that only applies to him since, when confronted about it, he claims stuff about his ancestry and whatnot.
CrystalMusic wrote:seems you need to do a bit if studying cas
1: english, despite its my main language, is not the language of my ancestors, southern quecha is my ancestors language, and one of the first languages of the natives of america
2: you need to read up on autism becasue that can affect ones ability to speak, type and spell.
I really don't know what his lineage has to do with anything, but, for some reason, that's only an excuse for him and can't applied or even considered for anyone he faces. He's that special, nobody can be a snowflake in the same level, even conceptually.
Nevertheless, that could have begun an interesting debate of nature vs nurture, but then he starts blabbering about his vast martial art skills that, alongside his alleged career, definitively shows that he's able to overcome the conditions he claim to have. Kinda funny seeing how debates with him goes when he provide the keys to deconstruct his arguments himself.
Lastly, since he insists on using Custom Cards that he made himself, it's his responsibility to make it as clear and concise as possible to avoid conflicts from assumptions for how they work. It kinda shows when he's being so vague in this forum that one has to rely on assumptions to fill the gaps, even though he gets mad for them not getting the same conclusion that his convoluted line of thought provides him.